Annual Reports On The Progress of Chemistry Section C

The Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry Section C is a review journal publishing articles on physical chemistry published annually by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The editor-in-chief is Graham Webb (formerly at the University of Surrey).

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... Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry Section C reviews key developments in physical chemistry and chemical physics including theoretical chemistry catalytic chemistry spectroscopic research thermodynamics ...

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